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Beauty Gazette Septembre 2018
Laurence Bacilieri
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Beauty Gazette Septembre 2018

One of the trendiest hair-removal options today is dermaplaning, which is performed using a scalpel to manually exfoliate dead skin cells from the face. “Dermaplaning is a physical exfoliation method that requires the use of a sterile surgical scalpel to gently shave the top layer of the skin, the stratum corneum, dead skin layer, and vellus hair, aka peach fuzz. This treatment results in ultra-smooth, fresh, and brighter skin. By removing that dead layer and hair from the face, the skin is evened out, and it helps with cell metabolism, which helps new skin come to the surface. But is dermaplaning just a passing trend? Or is it a treatment worth investing in? Here are some pros and cons:

PROS: It painlessly exfoliates the stratum corneum to stimulate cellular turnover with little to no downtime. It is a great option for clients with sensitive skin and pregnant women who are looking for a deep exfoliation. It can be performed prior to treatments like facials, laser, microdermabrasion, and chemical peels for better product penetration. It can be performed frequently. It helps makeup go on smoother and more evenly. It can help significantly lighten post inflammatory scars from past acne. It does not make the hair grow back thicker and darker.

CONS: It is typically more expensive than some other hair-removal treatments. The results might not be as long-lasting as other hair-removal methods, such as waxing, as the hair is not removed from the root. Results will differ depending on a client’s individual hair-growth cycle. Not everyone is a candidate. Clients with active and cystic acne should avoid this type of hair removal, as it can cause further irritation. Also, it is contraindicated for clients with hirsutism, a condition of excessive male-pattern hair growth in women.

Dr Brandt Skincare - Radiance Resurfacing Foam (page 27/28)

Le Dermaplaning est l'une des procédures en cabinet les plus prisées en ce moment mais son prix et la lame utilisée sont susceptibles de décourager certaines personnes. La Mousse relissante éclat offre des résultats similaires à ceux du Dermaplaning, sans le moindre rasoir. Une puissante dose d'acides alpha hydroxy (l'acide glycolique du sucre de canne, l'acide lactique de la myrtille, l'acide citrique de l'orange et du citron et les acides malique et tartarique du sucre d'érable) lisse la texture rugueuse et efface l'aspect terne, tandis que l'extrait de lys unifie le teint. L'instrument sans lame élimine les cellules de peau morte pour révéler un éclat frais. Le complexe pentavitin prévient la perte d'hydratation en créant un réservoir d'eau qui hydrate pendant 72 heures.

Skinceuticals - Retinol 0.3 (pages 15/16). Après Retinol 0.5 & 1, Retinol 0.3 est destiné aux premiers utilisateurs de retinol. Une introduction en douceur pour un effet anti âge garanti. Dermalogica - Rapid Reveal Peel (pages 17/18).

Skin Medica – Lumivive Peel (pages 19/23). Energize your skin with LUMIVIV System from SkinMedica by clearing imperfections, alleviating damage and restoring vitality. Formulated with a blend of antioxidants and coenzyme Q10, this face serum works to reduce uneven pigmentation, free radical damage and redness.

Et bien d’autres surprises …

Je vous souhaite une belle rentrée,

Très cordialement,
Laurence Bacilieri

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